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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-October 27,. i,&amp;lfl Arts and Entertainment CINEMA I HELDOVER TO NOV. 4 HALLOWEEN Ill Rated R ?+oog:45 CINEMA II HELDOVER FIRST BLOOD Rated R Stars Sylvester Stallone 7:159:00 World Community Day planned in Bradford BRADFORD-- World Com- munity Day will be observed by the Connecticat River Valley Unit of Church Women United on Friday, Nov. 5, at 2:00 p.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Bradford. There will be a silver tea following the service. The theme will be Scarcity and Abundance. The program was developed by participants in International Christian Causeways, sponsored by the Church Women United. Klose to speak in Wells River W]LLS RIVER-- The Rondo will meet for dinner at The Happy Hour Restaurant, Wells River, Vt. on Wed- ncsday, Nov. 3rd. After dinner Mr. Kevin Klose will speak on "The Life of a Correspondent in Moscow." Klose is on sabattical leave from The Washington Post to write a book about Russia and in Pomfret, Vt. with his wife Eliza and three children. From 1977 to 1981 he was Bureau Chief for the Post in Moscow. He travelled ex- tensively in Russia and his children attended the public schools there. He is also co- author of three books. Hostesses for the evening will be Ruth McCarty and Kay Hemmings. Handicapped Wednesday, Oct. 27 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ serving at noon. For reservations call 757- 2206. Friday, Oct. 29 BRADFORD: Haunted House production at the old horse barns behind Oxbow High School, beginning at dark, $1.00 donation requested. BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. . Saturday, Oct. 30 BRADFORD: Haunted House Matinee at the old Oxbow horse barns for youngsters under the fifth grade level, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., refreshments and games will be provided. WOODSVILLE: Children's Halloween Party, at the Wood- sville Fire Station, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., refreshments and games. BRADFORD: Haunted House production for older crowd, at dark, behind Oxbow High School at the old horse barns, $1.00 donation requested. LITTLETON: Model Railroad Show, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Continental Motel. Monday, Nov. 1 adlp rrouJ9 p/aug WELLS RIVER: Upper Valley Association for Handicapped mee at BMU WELLS RIVER-- The Upper Valley Association for Han- dicapped Citizens will meet at the Blue Mountain School on November 1 at 7:30. Under review will be the question: "How do we check for quality?" The topic for discussion is an outgrowth of the annual • conference of the Vermont Fuelwood harvesting workshop planned WOODSVILLE-- The Grafton from the point of view of the workshop should follow the Hanover Center County Cooperative Extension landowner, said County signs to the entrance of the For more Service will hold a Fuelwood Forester Robert Burke. woodlot which is ap- directions call the Harvesting Wbrksho p and Ehrhard Frost of Con- proximately one mile north of County Extension demonstration on Saturday, tinuous Forest Management, Hanover Center on the Haverhill, N.H. Nov. 6 from 10:00 a.m. to a forestry consulting firm in 1:00 p.m. at the Robert Hickin Cornish, will lead the group woodlot in Hanover. through an area of managed The session will cover forest which was recently woodland access roads, thinned for fuelwood using a firewood selection and har- conventional logging vesting, operation. The program will em- Persons interested in this phasize fuelwood harvesting Newburv Womans' Club holds supper NEWBURY-- The Newbury Directly following the Womans' "Club held their business meeting, Selenda annual Pot Luck Supper on Grow introduced Bob Mead, Oct. 7 at 6:30 p.m. Thirty- singer and Jared Stolper, five members and guests guitar player who entertained attended this first meeting of the members and guests with the 1982-83 year. music featuring Elizabethan After a delicious meal, and Irish Folk Songs. President Jane Labun opened The next meeting will be the business meeting with the held on Nov. 3 at the Bailey flag salute and club prayer. Club. U €ffiI,=2 _ .,  ,. IIR k LINDA J. WESTNEY OWNER f Don't leave town without us. OUR SERVICE IS FREE to3 so MAiN ST 56 MAtN ST BANK BLDG WEST LEBANON, N.H. 03784 SPRINGFIELD, VT. 051,56 TEL. 603-298-8782 TEL. 802-885-5761 11/ 111 Central St. Woodsvillo, N. H. "Said To Be One CX The Flneeg Night Clubs In New The Withch/ng Hour Arrives Real Soon And You Can Bring It In With A Tune. Bring A Ghost, Or Anyone Who's To The 111 Club Halloween Saturday, Oct. 30th "Reunited" HALLOWEEN COSTUME Association for Retired Citizens being held at Trinity College in Burlington on Oct. 30. The matter of quality in services for handicapped people will be discussed by Sister Elizabeth Candon, John Burchard, Richard Surles and Patricia Zyber at the Trinity conference. Upper Valley Association members are urged to attend both the VARC conference and our own monthly meeting. Recent events relating to Brandon Training School and community placements emphasize the need to plan for local quality check efforts with action based on the best possible information. QUOTE "The successful people are the ones who can think up things for the rest of the world to keep busy at." Don Marquis FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE "--"ST. JOHNSBURY WELLS RIVER / ExIT .f/ ' L "". RESTAURANT ,'wi/  , Main Street. Serving lunch from 11:00-2:30, Mon.-Sat. Open evenings 7 days, Sun.- Thurs. 5-10. Fri. and Sat. 5- II. Phone 802-222-9008. Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- lit atmosphere. GARi)EN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch. Dinner, aud Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802-222-5202, COUTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9:30 all week. 802-222- 5288. Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner-Window Take Out Service. EAST RYEGATE PilIL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. WEST LEBANON EA.€;T THETFORD ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-8 PM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- service cones & fountain service. 'HITE RIVER JUNCTIOP FAIRLEE TltlRI) RAIl, RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving Lunch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials --relaxed atmosphere -- fine food with a personal touch. ROBERTS' FAIRLEE DINER-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-SPM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. ltome style cooking at home style pric es: BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful Lake Moray. Fine lakeside dining featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood, prime rib and continental specialties. Open for luncheon on the deck, July- August 12-1:30, Dinner nightly, 6:30 to 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertainment Tuesday through Sunday in the ilighlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August. Visa and Master Charge accepted. W 0 0 D'-'g'-OI"[E LITTLETON LOBSTER TUB RESTAURANT--- Rt. 18. 603-444.5719. ()pen Mon.-Sat. 12-2 and 5-9. Sun. 12-9. lave Maine Lobster - Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Maj. Credit Cards Accepted. LYME INN-- The kind of New England Inn you always hoped to find . . . Serving great food and good spirits with old fashioned hospitality. 603-795,2222 or 795- 4404. Reservations suggested, I,INCOLN INN RESTAURANT-- 20 Ilastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA l,isted. WARNERS GALLERY RESTAURANT-- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302.802- 429-2120 or 633-9394. Comfortable country dining with unique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. <tI00NA UTE RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- 8222. Open Daily from ! 1:30 AM. Cocktail Lounge- Luncheon Specials -- Family I)inners -- Take Out Service. HOWARD JOHNSON'S-- Interstates 89- 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- never closed for your convenience. Just for coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. Liquor. 6 Nites entertainmeut. Plan your party or banquet with us. 802-295-6048. BARGE INN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 302 & 10. Mon.-Thurs., 6 AM-9:00 PM. Fri.-Sun., 6 A M - I 0: 00 P 51. fi03-717 -3393. CHALET SHAEFER ,.eRrES00TAeUtR00ANT,. Breakfast. lunch, dinner with daily specialties. Upstairs bar with happy hour from 5.6 everyday and weekend en- al,rtainnwnt. I{e']ax 'by our water fountain mul listen to our piano mnsic xhih, yon euio dimwr. (,erman - I':ur.I)'a n ............................................. 9- Sl..ciallie. Ih,aonald lu'iced. .l:tj,r (ONTINENTAL 93 MOTOR INN-- i-,3 and U.S. 302. 603-444.5366. llome of North t r,,diI vao'd ar¢epted. (losed .un;da) s, ( ountry's Most Popular Buffet, all you can I eat--Man, thru Thurs, $5.9,5 'till 8:30, Fri. & Sat. 'till 9 P.M. (open for lunch and DINE WITH US! t)reak[ast. ) I I IIIIIII I I H HI I I I Citizens meeting, Blue Mountain School, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2 ELECTION DAY: polls open for general elections Wednesday, Nov. 3 NEWBURY: Newbury Women's Club meeting, 7:30 p.m., Bailey Memorial Club. WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. FAIRLEE: Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse, at the Town Hall from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. WEST FAIRLEE: Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse at Bean Hall from 2: 00 to 4:00 p.m. With BobHanley ', \\;,I.{,(, I f t, I ---'-- Over $150.00 In Prizes .=.... MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS Tel. (603) 747-2505 Or GRUBBY ! Ru,'al l)eli erx IT JUST SO HAPPENED By AI Smith ocrze Keeping informed of goings on in your career and vironments prove of immense benefit Financial setback is and may actually prove a blessing in disguise PISCES - February 20-March 20 Avoid people who make so many demands, you're unablet priorities. Though this is not the week for speculating, maneuvers may start paying off as of Monday ARIES - March 21-April 20 This is the week to sign an armistice with a friendly rival• /0-' roundings can be tastefully, inexpensively improved ships improve starting Tuesday TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Don't take the blame for anyone; being the martyr can have ta] effects later on. Love matters include a big question mark to fool yourself about the status of a relationship. GEMINI - May 23-June 21 Avoid tendency to overcompensate, ge, Moderation  tbe current byword by Kern portant relationship may be launched over weekend. CANCER - June 22-July 22 Behind4he-scenes negotiations are favorable to your fina ins. In rorriance, partner is ready to put all cards on the, tao= skills can be put to profitable use. LEO - July 23-Auguat 22 New areas of interest can be pursued for fun Mechanical mishaps may be costly; take preventative Unexpected acquaintance takes you as his/her VIRGO - Augu=t 23-September 22 You can get away with that new look you've been cheer to environment, can perk up some droopy spiritS. judgment may be cloudy after weekend. By McBride and Moore / e , b t ,! B Rands By D. J. Coates z, Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a ,, :=' word. Then circle A, B or C for the car- f ;  rect meaning (or definition). ' [:.r \\; R' Score yourself as follows: v  ) 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair //" ., / 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-PoD  11. [-n o r c e ',_Z q PL i"qRtD ,. L01TCH C. ,HOS'/" 00.Nefi00e P. CRT . bOIrCH C. P1OOH .,, -r. .6.. ,,,, ,,, , ,,,,.  ,,1 ,4.  UI$ C 0 m e ,1 q. FIPPRREL 15, PRINT C, POPKIPI LIBRA - September 23-October 22 Romantic judgment is not as clear as you think: make no sions and give yourself breathing space Rapport with deepens; you make him/her feel young again, SCORPIO - October 23-November 21 Variety is the spice of this week: in romance and career, with new tactics. Modernizing home surroundings also updating of records and collections. SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December 2 For hobbyists and antique sleuths, a lovely week for t ions and acquisitions• Intuition is strong. In romance, heart -- and follow your dreams. CAPRICORN - December 23-JanuatT 20 Requests for your time, money, ideas are pouring in everything. It may be time to nudge shy friend out of Romantic situation requires unusual delicacy BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK A creative, passionate and driven person, you make it others to really know the gentler side of your nature. /i domestic decisions is spotlighted between February Prestige IS enhanced through spring and summer months. BORN THIS WEEK October 28th, actress Jane Alexander; 29th. singer Melba 30th, actor Henry Winkler; 31st, actor David November 1st, actress Betsy Palmer; 2nd, actor Burr actress Sandy Marshall. Cz00mwoPd ACROSS 31. Gother 34. Semester 1. Drying cloth 37. Poem 6. Adhesive 38. Short jocket 1 |. Goddess of 40. Fish eggs peace 41. Myself 12. Long sword 42. Flowering 13. Musical note shrub 14, Lower in rank 44. Guido's note 16. Metric 45. Watered silk measure 17. Superlative suffix 19. Back 20. Servicemen's club 21. Rail bird 23. Gun part 25. Beside 47. Indicate 49. S. American mountains 50. Eats DOWN I. Clocks 2. Prayer ' 27, Berate 3. Us 28. Loquot tree . Finish 30. Maori food . Sly look ,"- r" $'-" r" r" 3 • 1 - 6. 7. 8. ]gl Mistake 12. -- 18. SopranO 20. More l'  22. 1__ I 24. Form 26. Plucks 31. mark 32. Theote! 33. 35. 36. Allots #o 39. Requi I  42. Pc 43. BlackD € 46. Carp --  48. Atop Page 2-The Journal Opinion-October 27,. i,&lfl Arts and Entertainment CINEMA I HELDOVER TO NOV. 4 HALLOWEEN Ill Rated R ?+oog:45 CINEMA II HELDOVER FIRST BLOOD Rated R Stars Sylvester Stallone 7:159:00 World Community Day planned in Bradford BRADFORD-- World Com- munity Day will be observed by the Connecticat River Valley Unit of Church Women United on Friday, Nov. 5, at 2:00 p.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Bradford. There will be a silver tea following the service. The theme will be Scarcity and Abundance. The program was developed by participants in International Christian Causeways, sponsored by the Church Women United. Klose to speak in Wells River W]LLS RIVER-- The Rondo will meet for dinner at The Happy Hour Restaurant, Wells River, Vt. on Wed- ncsday, Nov. 3rd. After dinner Mr. Kevin Klose will speak on "The Life of a Correspondent in Moscow." Klose is on sabattical leave from The Washington Post to write a book about Russia and in Pomfret, Vt. with his wife Eliza and three children. From 1977 to 1981 he was Bureau Chief for the Post in Moscow. He travelled ex- tensively in Russia and his children attended the public schools there. He is also co- author of three books. Hostesses for the evening will be Ruth McCarty and Kay Hemmings. Handicapped Wednesday, Oct. 27 WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ serving at noon. For reservations call 757- 2206. Friday, Oct. 29 BRADFORD: Haunted House production at the old horse barns behind Oxbow High School, beginning at dark, $1.00 donation requested. BRADFORD: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the Oxbow Vocational Center serving at 11:45 a.m. For reservations call 222-4782. . Saturday, Oct. 30 BRADFORD: Haunted House Matinee at the old Oxbow horse barns for youngsters under the fifth grade level, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., refreshments and games will be provided. WOODSVILLE: Children's Halloween Party, at the Wood- sville Fire Station, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., refreshments and games. BRADFORD: Haunted House production for older crowd, at dark, behind Oxbow High School at the old horse barns, $1.00 donation requested. LITTLETON: Model Railroad Show, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Continental Motel. Monday, Nov. 1 adlp rrouJ9 p/aug WELLS RIVER: Upper Valley Association for Handicapped mee at BMU WELLS RIVER-- The Upper Valley Association for Han- dicapped Citizens will meet at the Blue Mountain School on November 1 at 7:30. Under review will be the question: "How do we check for quality?" The topic for discussion is an outgrowth of the annual • conference of the Vermont Fuelwood harvesting workshop planned WOODSVILLE-- The Grafton from the point of view of the workshop should follow the Hanover Center County Cooperative Extension landowner, said County signs to the entrance of the For more Service will hold a Fuelwood Forester Robert Burke. woodlot which is ap- directions call the Harvesting Wbrksho p and Ehrhard Frost of Con- proximately one mile north of County Extension demonstration on Saturday, tinuous Forest Management, Hanover Center on the Haverhill, N.H. Nov. 6 from 10:00 a.m. to a forestry consulting firm in 1:00 p.m. at the Robert Hickin Cornish, will lead the group woodlot in Hanover. through an area of managed The session will cover forest which was recently woodland access roads, thinned for fuelwood using a firewood selection and har- conventional logging vesting, operation. The program will em- Persons interested in this phasize fuelwood harvesting Newburv Womans' Club holds supper NEWBURY-- The Newbury Directly following the Womans' "Club held their business meeting, Selenda annual Pot Luck Supper on Grow introduced Bob Mead, Oct. 7 at 6:30 p.m. Thirty- singer and Jared Stolper, five members and guests guitar player who entertained attended this first meeting of the members and guests with the 1982-83 year. music featuring Elizabethan After a delicious meal, and Irish Folk Songs. President Jane Labun opened The next meeting will be the business meeting with the held on Nov. 3 at the Bailey flag salute and club prayer. Club. U €ffiI,=2 _ .,  ,. IIR k LINDA J. WESTNEY OWNER f Don't leave town without us. OUR SERVICE IS FREE to3 so MAiN ST 56 MAtN ST BANK BLDG WEST LEBANON, N.H. 03784 SPRINGFIELD, VT. 051,56 TEL. 603-298-8782 TEL. 802-885-5761 11/ 111 Central St. Woodsvillo, N. H. "Said To Be One CX The Flneeg Night Clubs In New The Withch/ng Hour Arrives Real Soon And You Can Bring It In With A Tune. Bring A Ghost, Or Anyone Who's To The 111 Club Halloween Saturday, Oct. 30th "Reunited" HALLOWEEN COSTUME Association for Retired Citizens being held at Trinity College in Burlington on Oct. 30. The matter of quality in services for handicapped people will be discussed by Sister Elizabeth Candon, John Burchard, Richard Surles and Patricia Zyber at the Trinity conference. Upper Valley Association members are urged to attend both the VARC conference and our own monthly meeting. Recent events relating to Brandon Training School and community placements emphasize the need to plan for local quality check efforts with action based on the best possible information. QUOTE "The successful people are the ones who can think up things for the rest of the world to keep busy at." Don Marquis FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE "--"ST. JOHNSBURY WELLS RIVER / ExIT .f/ ' L "". RESTAURANT ,'wi/  , Main Street. Serving lunch from 11:00-2:30, Mon.-Sat. Open evenings 7 days, Sun.- Thurs. 5-10. Fri. and Sat. 5- II. Phone 802-222-9008. Fine Italian dining in a warm candle- lit atmosphere. GARi)EN RESTAURANT-- Lower Plain Rt. 5. Serving Breakfast, Lunch. Dinner, aud Sunday Brunch. Try out Pizza Special. 802-222-5202, COUTEE'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5 & 25. Hours: 6-9:30 all week. 802-222- 5288. Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner-Window Take Out Service. EAST RYEGATE PilIL'S RESTAURANT & CAMP- GROUND Rt. 5. 802-633-9394. Snacks to complete dinners to catering family dining at moderate prices. Entertainment weekends. WEST LEBANON EA.€;T THETFORD ROBERTS' COUNTRY COOKING-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-8 PM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. The Familiar Roberts' Family Menu plus a take out window featuring soft- service cones & fountain service. 'HITE RIVER JUNCTIOP FAIRLEE TltlRI) RAIl, RESTAURANT-- Rt. 5. Serving Lunch & Dinner from 5-10:30. Sunday Breakfast 10-2. Daily fresh fish specials --relaxed atmosphere -- fine food with a personal touch. ROBERTS' FAIRLEE DINER-- Rt. 5. Mon.-Sat., 6 AM-SPM. Sun., 8:30 AM-6:30 PM. ltome style cooking at home style prices: BONNIE OAKS RESORT-- On beautiful Lake Moray. Fine lakeside dining featuring live Main lobster, fresh seafood, prime rib and continental specialties. Open for luncheon on the deck, July- August 12-1:30, Dinner nightly, 6:30 to 8:00. For reservations: 802-333-4362. Entertainment Tuesday through Sunday in the ilighlander Lounge. Dancing every Friday and Saturday, July and August. Visa and Master Charge accepted. W 0 0 D'-'g'-OI"[E LITTLETON LOBSTER TUB RESTAURANT--- Rt. 18. 603-444.5719. ()pen Mon.-Sat. 12-2 and 5-9. Sun. 12-9. lave Maine Lobster - Fresh Seafood Cocktails. Reserv. & Maj. Credit Cards Accepted. LYME INN-- The kind of New England Inn you always hoped to find . . . Serving great food and good spirits with old fashioned hospitality. 603-795,2222 or 795- 4404. Reservations suggested, I,INCOLN INN RESTAURANT-- 20 Ilastings St. Dining Room and Coffee Shop - Sugar Shack Lounge. Banquet facilities to 400. Major credit cards accepted. AIME'S RESTAURANT-- Tel. (802) 748- 3553. Junction Rt. 2 & Rt. 18. Steak-plus and Lobster-plus. Mobil Guide and AAA l,isted. WARNERS GALLERY RESTAURANT-- 2 miles west of Wells River on Rt. 302.802- 429-2120 or 633-9394. Comfortable country dining with unique salad bar. Catering and cake decorating. <tI00NA UTE RESTAURANT Colonial Plaza (603) 298- 8222. Open Daily from ! 1:30 AM. Cocktail Lounge- Luncheon Specials -- Family I)inners -- Take Out Service. HOWARD JOHNSON'S-- Interstates 89- 91. Open 7 days a week. Always open -- never closed for your convenience. Just for coffee or a complete meal, salad bar. Liquor. 6 Nites entertainmeut. Plan your party or banquet with us. 802-295-6048. BARGE INN RESTAURANT-- Rt. 302 & 10. Mon.-Thurs., 6 AM-9:00 PM. Fri.-Sun., 6 A M - I 0: 00 P 51. fi03-717 -3393. CHALET SHAEFER ,.eRrES00TAeUtR00ANT,. Breakfast. lunch, dinner with daily specialties. Upstairs bar with happy hour from 5.6 everyday and weekend en- al,rtainnwnt. I{e']ax 'by our water fountain mul listen to our piano mnsic xhih, yon euio dimwr. (,erman - I':ur.I)'a n ............................................. 9- Sl..ciallie. Ih,aonald lu'iced. .l:tj,r (ONTINENTAL 93 MOTOR INN-- i-,3 and U.S. 302. 603-444.5366. llome of North t r,,diI vao'd ar¢epted. (losed .un;da) s, ( ountry's Most Popular Buffet, all you can I eat--Man, thru Thurs, $5.9,5 'till 8:30, Fri. & Sat. 'till 9 P.M. (open for lunch and DINE WITH US! t)reak[ast. ) I I IIIIIII I I H HI I I I Citizens meeting, Blue Mountain School, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2 ELECTION DAY: polls open for general elections Wednesday, Nov. 3 NEWBURY: Newbury Women's Club meeting, 7:30 p.m., Bailey Memorial Club. WELLS RIVER: Senior Citizens Luncheon at the United Church of Christ vestry serving at noon. For reservations call 757-2206. FAIRLEE: Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse, at the Town Hall from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. WEST FAIRLEE: Community Health Services Inc. Town Nurse at Bean Hall from 2: 00 to 4:00 p.m. With BobHanley ', \\;,I.{,(, I f t, I ---'-- Over $150.00 In Prizes .=.... MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS Tel. (603) 747-2505 Or GRUBBY ! Ru,'al l)eli erx IT JUST SO HAPPENED By AI Smith ocrze Keeping informed of goings on in your career and vironments prove of immense benefit Financial setback is and may actually prove a blessing in disguise PISCES - February 20-March 20 Avoid people who make so many demands, you're unablet priorities. Though this is not the week for speculating, maneuvers may start paying off as of Monday ARIES - March 21-April 20 This is the week to sign an armistice with a friendly rival• /0-' roundings can be tastefully, inexpensively improved ships improve starting Tuesday TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Don't take the blame for anyone; being the martyr can have ta] effects later on. Love matters include a big question mark to fool yourself about the status of a relationship. GEMINI - May 23-June 21 Avoid tendency to overcompensate, ge, Moderation  tbe current byword by Kern portant relationship may be launched over weekend. CANCER - June 22-July 22 Behind4he-scenes negotiations are favorable to your fina ins. In rorriance, partner is ready to put all cards on the, tao= skills can be put to profitable use. LEO - July 23-Auguat 22 New areas of interest can be pursued for fun Mechanical mishaps may be costly; take preventative Unexpected acquaintance takes you as his/her VIRGO - Augu=t 23-September 22 You can get away with that new look you've been cheer to environment, can perk up some droopy spiritS. judgment may be cloudy after weekend. By McBride and Moore / e , b t ,! B Rands By D. J. Coates z, Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a ,, :=' word. Then circle A, B or C for the car- f ;  rect meaning (or definition). ' [:.r \\; R' Score yourself as follows: v  ) 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair //" ., / 3 Correct-Good 1-0 Correct-PoD  11. [-n o r c e ',_Z q PL i"qRtD ,. L01TCH C. ,HOS'/" 00.Nefi00e P. CRT . bOIrCH C. P1OOH .,, -r. .6.. ,,,, ,,, , ,,,,.  ,,1 ,4.  UI$ C 0 m e ,1 q. FIPPRREL 15, PRINT C, POPKIPI LIBRA - September 23-October 22 Romantic judgment is not as clear as you think: make no sions and give yourself breathing space Rapport with deepens; you make him/her feel young again, SCORPIO - October 23-November 21 Variety is the spice of this week: in romance and career, with new tactics. Modernizing home surroundings also updating of records and collections. SAGITTARIUS - November 22-December 2 For hobbyists and antique sleuths, a lovely week for t ions and acquisitions• Intuition is strong. In romance, heart -- and follow your dreams. CAPRICORN - December 23-JanuatT 20 Requests for your time, money, ideas are pouring in everything. It may be time to nudge shy friend out of Romantic situation requires unusual delicacy BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK A creative, passionate and driven person, you make it others to really know the gentler side of your nature. /i domestic decisions is spotlighted between February Prestige IS enhanced through spring and summer months. BORN THIS WEEK October 28th, actress Jane Alexander; 29th. singer Melba 30th, actor Henry Winkler; 31st, actor David November 1st, actress Betsy Palmer; 2nd, actor Burr actress Sandy Marshall. Cz00mwoPd ACROSS 31. Gother 34. Semester 1. Drying cloth 37. Poem 6. Adhesive 38. Short jocket 1 |. Goddess of 40. Fish eggs peace 41. Myself 12. Long sword 42. Flowering 13. Musical note shrub 14, Lower in rank 44. Guido's note 16. Metric 45. Watered silk measure 17. Superlative suffix 19. Back 20. Servicemen's club 21. Rail bird 23. Gun part 25. Beside 47. Indicate 49. S. American mountains 50. Eats DOWN I. Clocks 2. Prayer ' 27, Berate 3. Us 28. Loquot tree . Finish 30. Maori food . Sly look ,"- r" $'-" r" r" 3 • 1 - 6. 7. 8. ]gl Mistake 12. -- 18. SopranO 20. More l'  22. 1__ I 24. Form 26. Plucks 31. mark 32. Theote! 33. 35. 36. Allots #o 39. Requi I  42. Pc 43. BlackD € 46. Carp --  48. Atop